Old Meeting House Congregational Church (1643)

The Best Hidden Church in Norwich

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Congregational Federation

The Old Meeting is a member of the Congregational Federation of Congregational Churches





We often have visitors from the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches in America

The Center for Congregational Leadership is a ministry of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches. The Center is committed to training leaders who are uniquely knowledgeable in Congregationalism, respectful and upholding of the diversity represented in our congregations and are especially equipped to meet the challenges of the church in the 21st century.  There is a lot of information about Congregationalism here.

All the records of the Old Meeting House are held at the Norfolk Record Office



The Lords Prayer

The Reverend Dr. John Belham is one of the Trustees of The Old Meeting House Congregational Church.

He has written an excellent book which you can find on this website: 

You can find more of Johns work at 



Mike Amiss Signs

 Mike Amiss Signs are the sign-writers of our chapel's notice-board:


Anne Page

Anne Page, a concert organist who frequently plays at the Old Meeting House:





Dr. Joel Halcomb is a lecturer on Early Modern History at the University of East Anglia and has a special interest in Congregational History. He is a contributor to the Dissenting Experience who's website is

Joel Halcomb       


Britain Express

Please Check out a page written about The Old Meeting House Congregational Church by Britain Express:

We are now members of The Chapel Society which helps to preserve Historical Chapels

Pilgrims and Prophets Christian Heritage Tours in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire

Pilgrims and Prophets Christian Heritage Tours

The UK has a rich Christian heritage of churches and cathedrals, great church leaders, radical preachers and missionaries. We believe in celebrating this as a living cultural heritage, explained by organisations and individuals who are active and committed to their own Biblical Christian faith today.

The CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NETWORK UK has been formed to bring together the nation’s leading providers of Christian faith-based history and heritage experiences, providing visitors with a guarantee of quality and values to make your journey deeply rewarding.

The purpose of the UKWELLS website is to gather as much information as possible about how and where God has moved across the United Kingdom in the past so that Saints will know what happened in any particular area where they are ministering.

England's Christian Heritage aims to provide a Guide to places associated with well-known Christians throughout English history. It is hoped that this will encourage visitors to discover how God has used men and women of faith to shape English culture and institutions.